Fork to open Sublime Text 2 instead of Emacs with the ODB protocol (e.g. QuickCursor).
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README.md

This lets you use QuickCursor with Sublime Text 2.

Installation

Download the app, uncompress it, and drag it to your Applications folder. Restart QuickCursor and you should see SublimeEditorClient as an option.

Credits

The code is a hacked version of Rob Tillotson's EditorClient for Emacs. The icon is by Nate Beaty.

Known bugs

  • Doesn't support the ODB ability to start at a specific line number. QuickCursor doesn't use this functionality, but other ODB applications might expect it.